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The tragedy of the earthquake in Nepal affects us all, however our staff and students on the programme are confirmed as safe and well.

#Nepal #quake   #Kathmandu  
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#WorldMalariaDay  Today we celebrate the progress that's been made. Together we can defeat malaria!

How we could have a world without malaria » http://www.worktheworld.com/infographics/how-we-could-have-a-world-without-malaria

#DefeatingMalaria   #Malaria  
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6 powerful reasons to travel solo » http://buff.ly/1JWqIzk #travel #solotravel
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Andrew Liaw shares his experience during a #dentistry placement in Iloilo » http://buff.ly/1G8rdov #Philippines
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This is what the 2015 informatics nurse looks like » http://buff.ly/1FRv6eR #infographic #nurses
Informatics nurses are getting more commonplace – even if their leadership isn’t. A new report on informatics nurses released at HIMSS 2015 this week showed that these nurses, who mix traditional...
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"As a qualified nurse I've gained so much from my experience in #Ghana" says Susannah about her #nursing elective in Takoradi

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"It's made me reflect a lot on what a nurse should be," says Johanna about her #nursing elective in Tanzania » http://buff.ly/1HjLmLy
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"Amazing. Eye-opening. Different. These are the words I would use to describe my medical elective in Arusha," says Kieran Kusel about his experience in Tanzania.

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"I embrace both the good and the bad of this experience. I've learned so much from the people, from the culture, from the hospital. This can only improve my future life as a doctor as well as my perspective of the world," says Amalie about her time in Ghana.
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Why it's good to look on the bright side. #MondayMotivation
Research shows that thinking like an optimist pays off big—not just when it comes to your salary, but for your health, relationships, and your overall well-being.
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"The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience." — Eleanor Roosevelt
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The morning routine experts recommend for peak #productivity:

1. Stop reacting.
2. Decide what matters today - No more than 3 goals for the day.
3. Protect your “magic hours” - your peak productivity time is probably an hour or two after you wake up.
4. Have a starting ritual.
5. When things go sideways, use “positive procrastination.”
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Edge House 42 Bond Street Brighton BN1 1RD, United Kingdom
42 Bond StreetGBBrightonBN1 1RD
+44 1273 974634worktheworld.co.uk
Educational Consultant, Travel AgencyToday 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
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We provide high-quality, supported elective placements for medical and healthcare students to gain practical experience in Africa, Asia and South America.
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"Goodness me the food is worth the trip alone."
"...rung up enquiring about doing an elective with work the world to the day..."
"...the nurses' daily routines and functions, as well as..."
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William Soar
5 months ago
I attended my elective placement in Pokhara, Nepal in Feburary 2013 as a radiography student. The experience was one of the most wonderful and unforgettable that i have ever had. The people i met, the things i saw, the emotional roller coaster of working in health care in such foreign conditions and the food. Goodness me the food is worth the trip alone. From the day i rung up enquiring about doing an elective with work the world to the day i stepped off the plane returning home from an amazing experience i am happy to say the whole process with work the world was as smooth and wonderful as i could ever hope for. I never had one question unanswered and never once felt like i was without support. If you are a student or healthcare professional who is considering this kind of elective, all i can say is do it. You will not regret it.
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Thank you for taking the time to write a review, William! We will pass it on to our team in Pokhara, as they will certainly enjoy reading that you had such a brilliant experience during your radiography elective in Nepal.
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Justin Verceles Sabas
5 months ago
Mendoza, Argentina I have learned is that healthcare is specific to the culture and funding for healthcare of the country. I was in this placement to experience and live the nurse’s role in Argentina; not to judge, intervene, or change the way healthcare is provided. I came into this placement with an open mind, willing to learn the nurses’ daily routines and functions, as well as to be a part of the team. In the end, all healthcare practitioners, regardless of the country, have one goal in mind: the patient. I left my heart, sweat, and tears in this ward; with the nurses, patients, and family members of the patients thanking me for the work I was doing. Goodbyes were extremely tough, but I left Mendoza proud of the work I have accomplished and the experience I gained at the hospital, the new friendships I have formed, and with the thought of knowing that nursing, and the bettering of this profession, is exactly what I should be doing with my life. Justin Sabas, Student RN Holy Name Medical Center School of Nursing (Teaneck, NJ, USA)
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Thank you for your words, Justin! We're extremely happy to read that you had such a fantastic experience while on your nursing placement in Mendoza. We will send your review to the rest of our team.